If, like me, you are still tolerating Crashplan as your backup solution, it’s likely because it is one of the only companies that make backing up from Linux straightforward. However, part of the Linux Crashplan experience appears to be encountering segfaults. Here’s the fix.
Earlier this afternoon, my server was upset. Here’s what happened, how it took so long to find out, and how I will try and stop it happening again. In particular, I provide configuration for a `fail2ban` jail to try and stop simple DOS, that actually works.
apache, apache2, attack, config, ddos, dos, fail2ban, fail2ban-regex, http-get-dos, jail.conf, ossec, security, xmlrpc